Working together for a quiet transition

Training session on Mean Green mower, courtesy of the American Green Zone Alliance by Jamie Banks, PhD, MSc, President, Quiet Communities Inc. With our collaborator, the American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA), Quiet Communities works to help transition municipalities, institutions, businesses and neighborhoods to cleaner, quieter, more sustainable landscape maintenance practices for the benefit of health

Working together for a quiet transition

Training session on Mean Green mower, courtesy of the American Green Zone Alliance by Jamie Banks, PhD, MSc, President, Quiet Communities Inc. With our collaborator, the American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA), Quiet Communities works to help transition municipalities, institutions, businesses and neighborhoods to cleaner, quieter, more sustainable landscape maintenance practices for the benefit of health

The Quiet Transition starts tomorrow

Photo credit: Cindy Shebley licensed under CC BY 2.0 by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition Well, the quiet transition doesn’t start tomorrow. Thanks to the efforts of The Quiet Coalition’s Jamie Banks, PhD, and the nonprofit organization she started and leads, Quiet Communities, Inc., it has already started. What is the quiet transition? In

Are robot mowers quiet?

Photo credit: UGA CAES/Extension licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 by Jan L. Mayes, MSc, Audiologist How loud are robot mowers? A New York Times article on reducing pollution emissions discusses increased focus on landscaping equipment like robot mowers to replace hazardous gas or fossil-fuel powered landscaping equipment. Jamie Banks, president of the nonprofit Quiet Communities,

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